This SEEV4-City webinar will focus on how electromobility can be further boosted in Europe with the support of renewable energy sources and the smart and efficient use of energy infrastructures.
The project will provide regulatory and policy recommendations which will be presented here.
From Operational Pilot insights to SUMEPs – why and how do we need more integration of Mobility, Energy and Grid planning?
Richard Kotter – University of Northumbria
Richard will focus on suggestions for policy recommendations that have emerged from the SEEV4-City partners, and how SEEV4-City is processing these into wider policy recommendations. It will also do so in the context of Business Models that need to underpin but also need to be helped by a range of policies.
Roadmap towards a climate neutral city
Jaap Burger – EV Charging Strategy Advisor Art van der Giessen – Program manager of Solar Energy City of Amsterdam
e-Mobility work and policies in Leicester.
Chris Randall – Transport Strategy Officer, Planning, Development & Transportation Leicester City Council
Chris will cover: policy reasons for promoting e-mobility to improve air quality and reduce carbon emissions, early work on public facing chargers and the introduction of EVs to the council fleet; National policy updates concerning e-mobility; current work on bi-directional charging, on-street charging in residential areas and eTaxis; Leicester’s declaration of a Climate Emergency; developing Leicester’s new Local Transport Plan – emobility in the wider policy context; future work including introducing
electric buses on Park & Ride operations, and investigating solar support
for EV charging at council car parks.
Future solutions for the electrification of transport: policy learning from Oslo
Sture Portvik – Project Leader Electric Mobility City of Oslo
The EU’s role in enabling V2G and Smart Charging
Jayson Dong – Policy Manager AVERE – The European Association for Electromobility
Jayson will cover: How the EU has taken an active role in supporting business models related to vehicle-to-grid and smart charging with policy.
The presentation will cover what has already been put in place to support these technologies and what still needs to be done in order to move from pilot project phase to full scale commercialization across Europe.